Black Film Culture – Cinema Salon Series: A Conversation with Desha Dauchan

Event Date: Monday, December 6 - 6:00 pm
Black Film Culture Cinema Salon Series A Conversation with Desha Dauchan

 

We are excited to present a new installment of "Black Film Culture" the cinema salon series created and sponsored by Assistant Professor Artel Great, the George and Judy Marcus Endowed Chair in African-American Cinema Studies. The "Black Film Culture" series engages the rich and diverse terrain of Black moving image practices, scholarship, and critical discourses.

Join us on December 6th as we celebrate the independent cinematic voices of the Black women filmmakers with a virtual screening and conversation with Desha Dauchan, award-winning filmmaker and Associate Professor at University of California, Irvine. Professor Dauchan will discuss her career and innovative film work. This event includes a virtual screening of her short films, Covered, Whispers, and Entertainer's Eulogy, which will be available to view on-demand from November 29th until Tuesday, December 7th.

Register for the event.

 

I look forward to seeing you there,

DR. ARTEL GREAT

George and Judy Marcus

Endowed Chair in African-American Cinema Studies

& Assistant Professor of Critical Studies

San Francisco State University

School of Cinema